2022 IBPA Benjamin Franklin Silver Award Winner in Self-Help!
“Lok-Payne provides a winning blend of personal narrative and self-help. This transformative guide offers something for everyone.” — The BookLife Prize
A clear-cut guide to navigate challenges, let go of limiting beliefs, and find joy when you connect to your personal truth. Reinvent yourself with this award-winning book to self-transformation!
Lynn Lok-Payne describes how she navigated the unimaginable loss of her husband, then just three weeks later watched her house engulfed in flames. Finding her own way out of overwhelming life changes, she is here to share the expert findings and everyday practices she’s put into action to help you emerge stronger than before and turn challenges into possibilities.
Wake Up! Change Up! Rise Up!: Practical Tools for Personal Transformation is a clear-cut guide and workbook for people ready for the next chapter of who they are meant to become. By joining research compilations with her own experiences, Lok-Payne lays out an easy-to-follow framework for hurdling obstacles and overcoming self-doubt. Written in straightforward language, like you were talking to a friend, Lok-Payne nudges you to think differently and take action toward living a more authentic life.
In Wake Up! Change Up! Rise Up!, you’ll discover how to:
- Use gratitude to elevate your healing
- Break down internal barriers and redefine your self-talk
- Let go of blame and shame so you can embrace the freedom of being yourself
- Finally make the changes you’ve been waiting for
- Create a deeper presence throughout life with heartfelt affirmations, meditations, playlists, writing exercises, and much, much more!
Wake Up! Change Up! Rise Up!: Practical Tools for Personal Transformation is an empowering insight into navigating change and cultivating real self-love. If you like building a growth mindset, need a confidence boost, and want to achieve authentic contentment, then you’ll love Lynn Lok-Payne’s inspiring book.
As Glinda in The Wizard of Oz told Dorothy, “You’ve always had the power, my dear, you just had to learn it for yourself.”